The striking Ava Smith breathes an air of elegant tempermant into PORTER Magazine‘s “True Romance” editorial, within the publication’s Winter 2014 issue. Shot by Erik Madigan Heck with styling by Maya Zepinic, Smith sports headpieces and couture gowns throughout a garden of eden-like setting as though she were living inside a fairy tale.
Marlon Teixeira appears once again as the face of H&M’s men’s collection, this time for Fall/Winter 2014′s L.O.G.G. lookbook.
Photographer Greg Swales shoots our own Anders Hayward for T.I for MEN’s new Fall/Winter 2014 where he can be seen skipping town with instruments in hand.
For a second season, our very own Sung Hee Kim does H&M’s line, & Other Stories’ lookbook duties… this time with budding supermodel, Neelam. Shot by Anders Kylberg and styled by Tekla Knaust, the Fall/Winter 2014 collection looks as at ease as our girls do in the comfortable-yet-directional designs.
Alexander Ferrario stars in ”You Can Sleep Your Way Through Company But You Can’t Company Your Way Through The Sleep” lensed by Oli Kearon in the Fall/Winter 2014 issue of Flaunt Magazine. View the issue’s cover story featuring our own Nick Jonas here.
It’s a big month for Robyn Lawley! She’s Marie Claire Australia‘s November 2014 cover girl. Shot by David Gubert, Lawley channels her inner Baywatch babe for an exciting editorial entitled “Surf Rescue” featuring several swim lines including her very own.
Our own Greg Nawrat scores L’Officiel Hommes Ukraine‘s Fall/Winter 2014 issue cover story. Photographed by Michal Kar and styled by Pawel Kedzierski, Nawrat is the picture of indulgence – dripping in Prada furs, Givenchy trousers, and Calvin Klein Collection sweats – all with an austere backdrop of stone and statues.
Tomek Szczukiecki heads to the countryside for his latest editorial in the new issue of L’Officiel Hommes Switzerland. Shot by Urivaldo Lopes and styled by Fleur Evans and Giorgio Ammirabile, Tomek takes fall designer looks to pasture for a surprisingly timeless, cinematic look at life on the farm.
Ava Smith enters supermodel territory in her latest French Revue de Modes cover story where she can be found doing acrobatics and dancing with monks, all the while covered in couture. Shot by Kristian Schuller and styled by Peggy Schuller, “Round & Round” is less an editorial and more of an event.
Brazilian heat… Elisabeth Erm is draped in florals for the Zee Nunes-lensed Iodice Spring/Summer 2015 collection campaign, styled by Pedro Salles.
New sign, Ian Sharp, fronts T Magazine’s latest menswear endeavor, entitled “Establishment Accessories That Go Against the Grain”, shot by photographer Paul Wetherell and styled by Jason Rider.
Defining the ‘new aristocracy’, CRASH Magazine chooses our own Cindy Bruna as the cover girl to front the current roster of royalty. Photographer Dan Smith captures Ms. Bruna in a blunt bob atop a metropolitan rooftop. Click here to read Cindy’s interview with the zine.
Wang Xiao examines ideas of volume and minimalism in Marie Claire UK‘s “Modern Inflation” editorial, featured in the October 2014 issue. Shot by Daniel Gabbay with styling by Jayne Pickering, Xiao; decked in Dior and DKNY, moves to the groove of the season’s hottest ready-to-wear.
Stylist Julie Ragolia draws inspiration from turn of the century menswear for the dimly-lit, Matthew Scrivens-lensed Dust Bowl editorial, “Pilgrim’s Promise”, featuring our very own Hampus Luck and Reid Prebenda.
Our own Victoria Anderson scores the cover of the new issue of Fantastics, collaborating with fellow Wilhelmina talent: hair stylist, Anthony Joseph, on an impressively light, fun-loving fashion story.
Karmay covers Suitcase‘s Fall 2014 issue, shot in San Francisco affront the iconic orangish-red glow of the Golden Gate Bridge. Watch the corresponding sci-fi-inspired video editorial below.
Vogue Paris premieres French luxury heritage house, Hermes’ new video promo, starring our very own Anders Hayward for their Fall/Winter 2014-2015 menswear collection. Watch it here.
For Harper’s Bazaar China‘s October 2014 issue, photographer John-Paul Pietrus brought the works of sculptor Marisol Escobar to life with our very own talent, Qi Wen and Yu Zhang. Intersecting the worlds of both fashion and art, Escobar’s box-like structures are intertwined with ready-to-wear creations from Alexander McQueen, J.W. Anderson, Chanel, Celine, and more, to create an otherworldly gallery…